Friday, January 7, 2011

Fricking Fabulous Friday

Greeting Bloggers and Blogettes...........

Ms.Bee has officially completed 2 days of work this week!  6 hours each day down, finished, done, over, complete! 

Ms.Bee is loving her new job and her boss that is NOT Sybil!  Thankfully Ms.Bee's new boss is actually human and does not require one to stand on her head and whistle dixie while playing the piano!

One of the things that I am really enjoying about my new job and is my ride - Ms.Bee was fortunate enough to grab a job in beautiful Concord, MA.   I don't think there is much need to explain unless you totally do not have a clue about history - lets just say I drive by some of the most beautiful scenery and homes this side of the Mississippi!  I really do appreciate living in NE - the charm, the character, the views.........I really do think we have so much to offer here - I cannot wait for the spring and summer months when everything is in bloom along the river and the fields are a sea of purple and cat-o-nine-tails!

Here are a few pictures for your viewing pleasure!

First Parish Church - downtown Concord

Louisa May Alcott's Home.....

One of my favorites - The Wayside House...........

And this baby - well this is where it's all at - I would Marry this store if I could......

And here is the big red barn where Ms.Bee now resides 30 hours per week - there I am waving from the second floor window - you just can't see me!


  1. Lucky you...I'm so happy you have a new/great job in the place where you and Mom were born!! This should bode well....methinks.

  2. Love the Wayside House too. Must drive through in the spring when everything comes alive again! Neat building - where is that?

  3. Sigh, I miss east coast houses. They are so much prettier than out West!

  4. I'm with Zadge, the houses in the west just aren't as pretty.

  5. I absolutely LOVE Concord ... I think it very well might be my favorite town. It is so picturesque and that church ... oh, that lovely, lovely church.

    We were married there, you know!